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Would have posted sooner, but for thunderstorms.

This morning about 9:30 off Longley Bridge Road, I heard a Louisiana Waterthrush (LOWA) singing in the stream gorge a bit more than a  mile up the hill from Longley Bridge off VT Route 118 near Montgomery. Also singing in same area at same time: WOTH (wood thrush), BTNW (black-throated green warbler), WIWR (winter wren), OVEN (ovenbird), and a few others.

You might guess I'm working on learning the correct abbreviations! Check them out at:

http://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/BBl/manual/speclist.htm

Charlotte Bill
Enosburgh, VT